Progressive industrial policy in Madhya Pradesh

CM Mr Chouhan meets investors

Bhopal, 7 July, 2015 (Muslim Saleem): Chief Minister Mr Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that a progressive industrial policy has been implemented in the state. Every possible assistance is being extended to investors coming to Madhya Pradesh. The Chief Minister met the investors here today in the series of regular meeting with investors. Commerce and Industries Minister Mrs. Yashodhara Raje Scindia was also present.  Those who met the Chief Minister today included Director of Ujas Energy Mr Vikalp Moondra and Chairman of Gitanjali Group Mr Mehul Chauksi. Ujas Energy wishes to establish manufacturing unit of solar cells and modules in the state at an estimated cost of Rs. 600 crore. Similarly, Gitanjali Gems wishes to set up gems and jewellery parks at Bhopal, Indore or Khajuraho.

Following meeting with these investors, the Chief Minister reviewed implementation of his earlier directives. He said that directives pertaining to investment should be implemented within time-limit. At the meeting progress of directives regarding Medical Education, Urban Development & Environment and Commercial Taxes departments was reviewed.

Principal Secretary to CM Mr S.K. Mishra, Principal Secretary Commerce and Industries Mr Mohammad Suleman, Principal Secretary Medical Education Mr Vinod Semwal, Principal Secretary Commercial Taxes Mr Manoj Shrivastava, Principal Secretary Urban Development & Environment Mr Malay Shrivastava and TRIFAC Managing Director Mr D.P. Ahuja attended the meeting.